President Donald Trump’s water sip during a Wednesday press conference prompted a lot of responses, including one from Florida Sen. Marco Rubio. Trump paused for a moment during his Wednesday press conference discussing his 13-day tour of Asia to take a drink.

The history of Trump, Rubio and water is long and storied. Trump himself once mocked Rubio for pausing during his response to former President Barack Obama's 2013 State of the Union to take a sip of water, prompting the response from Rubio Wednesday.

“Similar, but needs work on his form,” Rubio tweeted. “Has to be done in one single motion & eyes should never leave the camera. But not bad for his 1st time."

Trump had tweeted about Rubio drinking water in 2013. He also mocked Rubio’s water drinking when he pulled out a bottle of water during a presidential campaign rally, yelling, “It’s Marco!”

“Next time Marco Rubio should drink his water from a glass as opposed to a bottle,” Trump wrote in 2013. “Would have a much less negative impact.”

Internet users also had much to say about Trump’s water drinking, while many made their own connection to Rubio. Some on Twitter dubbed the sip a "Marco moment," while others pointed out the irony of the situation. Still others commented on Trump's drinking form as he appeared to use two hands to hold the water bottle.

"Comparing Trump's water break to Marco Rubio's is absurd," one user wrote. "Marco only used one hand to hold the water bottle."